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This audio podcast features talks given at Collective Church, a church on LA’s Westside. We are a community following Jesus and seeking to reach, teach, and equip others to do the same. Our desire is to become a healthy and multiplying expression of Christ’s church in each of the 23 neighborhoods that make up the Westside of Los Angeles. Visit us online at www.collectivechurch.com.
 
The church of Christ at Fairview Park is a group of Christians committed to following just the Bible in all that we say and do. Our goal is to be a local church like those found in the pages of the New Testament. Our collective worship and work reflect this focus. Our weekly uploads are Bible lessons presented by Fairview Evangelists. We invite you to study the Bible with us. Like those found in the pages of the New Testament, the Fairview Park church is completely independent of all other c ...
 
On The Pastors Collective, host Greg Surratt talks to pastors and leaders across the country about the real and difficult work of planting, pastoring, and leading churches in an ever-changing culture. You’ll hear unflinching stories about what makes pastoring so joyful and so hard. Success and failure are a key part of every ministry, and so is the grace that accompanies them. On The Pastors Collective, you’ll hear about all of it.
 
Join Mark Pfeifer each week for a sermon that’ll challenge your intellect, strengthen your spirit and build the bridge to why it matters in your life today. Knowledge without action is useless, and Jesus lived his daily life taking action from his strong convictions. Mark Pfeifer founded Open Door Church over 25 years ago and our community believes that its the collective work of each individual that will make the next 25 years the best our city has ever seen.
 
Faith. Race. Politics. Education. Global Issues. No topic goes untouched when it comes to Pastor Lorenzo Neal. Lorenzo Neal is pastor of New Bethel AME Church of Jackson, MS. author, educator, and political commentator. Launched in June of 2010, Zera Today provides a fresh insight from the perspective of pastor and commentator. The show has played host to prominent guests in its short time and it is receiving good ratings from the online broadcasting community. Pastor Neal is also a highly s ...
 
This podcast looks at the connections between spirituality and resilience through the lens of the Biblical Psalms. It explores how the Psalms help people through difficult times – times of personal and collective trauma – through conversations about personal story, field research, and theological reflection from a variety of backgrounds and perspectives. Listeners might include clergy, seminarians, spiritual directors, hymnwriters, church musicians, mental health practitioners, anyone intere ...
 
The Way Church of Tampa Bay is located in Tampa, FL and pastored by Keith W. Babb III. Our mission is to carry out the Great Commission (Matthew 28:18-20) within a local context. We are committed to being a local church that makes a local missional imprint that yields a local discipleship evident impact. Our vision is not connected to a building, programs, or ministry offerings but our vision is connected to a movement. Our vision is to be a collective body of believers that incites a contag ...
 
Produced by the Marsh Collective in Opelika, the Redemptification podcast engages listeners in conversations that inspire, educate, and explore the often-unexpected tensions of being a believer who longs to do meaningful work and make a difference in the place they live. Hosted by John Marsh and his CoHost Ty Maloney, each episode gives you a window into flourishing communities and the people who help ignite them. Every episode examines the stories and strategies of what is and isn’t working ...
 
Join host Aaron R. Shriver as he takes listeners/viewers on a journey through his Music Interview & Positivity promoting podcast, Gainin' Fast On Memphis. Aaron began this podcast because he was a long time Eric Church fan and a proud member of the Fan Club "The Church Choir”. He wanted to share his love and appreciation for music and the artistry behind songwriting, along with any positive influencers who wanted to share their story. Aaron has made a few close friends along the way, and eac ...
 
You, Me, Empathy is the official podcast of The Feely Human Collective! On this show, we explore the struggles, the triumphs, the brights and the darks we face as humans trying to get by on this wondrous and overwhelming pale blue dot. The intent of You, Me, Empathy is to talk openly, without judgment, about our mental health, our neuroses, our shared anxieties and worries, to create a dialog that is vulnerable and deeply human and empathetic—and to share that dialog with others to inspire e ...
 
Hi everybody and welcome to The Breathing Room. This is a space where people of color and faith can come together to have our lived experiences acknowledged, witness each other's journeys, and take a collective deep breath. Join Kevin Holland and others each week as we explore what being a person of color in a multi-cultural American Christian church has been and is like. These conversations will touch on the spiritual, relational, and socio-political realities that influence us and our fait ...
 
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"Black Widow" star Scarlett Johansson is suing Disney over the simultaneous release of the film in theaters and on Disney+. KPCC entertainment reporter John Horn discusses the lawsuit. And, the end of the federal eviction moratorium has left many struggling renters without any protection. Jill Schlesinger, CBS News business analyst, tells us more a…
 
The head of Olympic broadcasting services announced that journalists' news feeds wouldn't highlight sexualized images of female athletes during the Tokyo Olympics. We speak with Akilah Carter-Francique, executive director of the San Jose State University's Institute for the Study of Sport, Society and Social Change. And, the Paralympics are just ar…
 
On Episode 186 of You, Me, Empathy, actor and photographer Amanda Crew and I explore being present and witness to each other’s dark bits, seeking external validation, women being conditioned to not express anger, eating disorder recovery in Hollywood, and why we alone define our worth. Read the full show notes here! Empathy Links: Amanda Crew Amand…
 
Earn it, lose it, take it, spend it, save it––we talk about time like currency. The Sabbath can be confusing to talk about, but it is God’s reminder to humanity that time is not a possession. In the third of our five most-listened-to podcasts, join Tim and Jon as they explore why the Sabbath is far less about a weekend or special religious service …
 
In this talk for Revolution Minneapolis, Brien finishes up his talk on the book, Jesus and John Wayne. In this talk we explore the topics of toxic masculinity found in evangelical Christianity. We talked about pastors like Mark Driscoll and other toxic pastors. This talk is focusing a lot on the book, but it is also a scathing look at how much of t…
 
Ghost kitchens have been on the rise since the start of the pandemic. It allows restaurants to have a business without the sit-down option. We speak with Tristan Roley, founder of The Feed, about his ghost kitchen in Logan, Ohio. And, LeVar Burton has held a number of iconic roles over the past four decades but this week he began his campaign for a…
 
American rock band Los Lobos has released "Native Sons," a new album that pays tribute to the music of their city — Los Angeles. We speak with singer, songwriter and guitarist David Hidalgo. And, an internal report at the CDC reveals vaccinated people infected with the Delta variant have measurable viral loads similar to those who are unvaccinated.…
 
The documentary "Ailey" tells the story of the late dance great Alvin Ailey. We speak with the film's director, Jamila Wignot, and a dancer at Ailey's company. And, homelessness is a problem among the veteran population in the U.S. In Kansas City, Missouri, one organization is lending a hand and providing tiny houses for unhoused vets. KCUR's Chris…
 
As the 2020/21 Olympics are underway in Japan, world champion gymnast Simone Biles withdrew from further participation due to poor performance and mental unreadiness and as a result some have criticized her patriotism and athletic abilities. As the summer comes to an end and many public schools prepre to reopen for Fall, the issues of critical race…
 
Nashville radio talk show host Phil Valentine has remained hospitalized in critical condition with COVID-19 for more than two weeks. Valentine is known for his COVID-19 vaccine skepticism. Now, the radio personality wants people to know that he was wrong — and that he should have taken the vaccine. His brother Mark Valentine joins us. Plus, we spea…
 
In this episode of Sacred Collective we have a very special guest, Milo Winslow. Host Brien and Milo talk about how purity culture is toxic and vile, and how it hurts everyone. We also talk about our church experiences and our deconstruction and we have a riveting discussion on what it means to be non-binary. Please tune in and listen to this episo…
 
Matt Damon talks about his new movie "Stillwater." The film follows a man visiting his estranged daughter who's been accused of a murder she claims she didn't commit. And, DACA recipient Luis Grijalva got permission to leave the country for the Tokyo Olympics just two days before his deadline. Grijalva and his immigration attorney Jessica Smith Bob…
 
The word "exotic" is often used to describe food. Washington Post food writer G. Daniela Galarza says that word is problematic no matter what it's describing, and we should stop using it. And, in the new Anthony Bourdain documentary, the director used an artificially generated version of Bourdain's voice to read aloud from an e-mail he sent to a fr…
 
Gainin’ Fast on Memphis: The Podcast | Show Notes Episode 94: We welcome in Singer/Songwriters Southerland. This is the Duo to watch for in 21/22. I first heard the song "Along Those Lines" Co-Written with ECB's Own Driver Williams. Since then, I have been hooked on the pictures that Matt & Chris are painting with their lyrics. We will hear how a G…
 
It’s time for one of our favorite Sermon Series! Every year, we take 4 weeks and hear from guest speakers. We’re stoked to hear what God says this year!Are you new to church, made a decision to follow Jesus or have questions? Fill out a connection card by going to https://www.voice.church/connect. We have great videos for your kids too! For weekly …
 
Part two of our 2021 series on Living our UU Principles. This week we hear from Blanche Williams on our first principle: The inherent worth and dignity of every person. With a background in literature, music, and information sciences, Blanche Williams earned a doctorate in psychology from the liberally-minded George Peabody College of Vanderbilt Un…
 
Can the built environment intentionally built, cause people to live longer, healthier, better, more productive, impactful lives? with special guest Rob Parker John’s guest Rob Parker is the President of the Town of Trilith, he has thirty five years of high-impact leadership on a local, national, and international level, including 30 years as a Pres…
 
Humans are like trees. While this thought might not have been at the top of your mind this week, it was a key idea for the biblical authors. In the second of our five most popular podcasts, explore the connection between humans and trees with Tim and Jon as we learn why trees are mentioned more times than almost anything else in the Bible. QUOTE If…
 
Gavin wonderfully got the opportunity this week to talk to Dai Hankey a pastor from Cardiff who in his spare time manages a not for profit company called 'Manumit Coffee'. Manumit Coffee Roasters offers dignity and hope to survivors of modern slavery through training & employment. Our coffee is roasted by men and women who have suffered horrendous …
 
Most Americans mistakenly think that slavery is a thing of the past--something that was done away with here in the United States, and generally in most of the western world, in the middle of the 19th century. Of course, many of us are aware that slavery still exists in other countries, but are we paying attention to how we ourselves are supporting …
 
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